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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2010

La Famille


La Famille


La Famille

16, Lane 79, XiangShang Rd, Sec 1
(04) 2301-1060
Hours: 10 am-8 pm
(closed Tuesdays)

The famous La Famille French pastry store from Yunlin county's Douliu City has impressed many taste buds over time. Now there is one in Taichung. The white building displays delicate French pastries in a chic, neat and open space. Packed with all types of fillings, these crispy pastries remind customers of the simple beauty of French countryside with every sweet, rich-tasting bite. To experience this to its fullest, it is recommended that these treats be consumed right after purchase. If you need to take them home, it's best to store them in a freezer. --By Niang Chen, translated by Naomi Lai

A. Situated close to one of Taichung's parkways on XiangShang Road, La Famille's windows provide customers with a tranquil view of greenery.

B. Vanilla custard made with AOC Isigny Butter is mixed with seasonal fruit and brandy to create a sweet and fragrant filling for the Mille Feuilles (NT$140). The Tarte au Citron (NT$80) is filled with a sour and refreshing lemon filling made with fresh lemons.

La FamilleC. Various types of delightful pastries: Filled with vanilla cream, a caramel puff pastry is stuck to a crispy pastry with cream to create Saint Honore (NT$120). The top layer of the Tarte au The Vert Japonais (NT$120) is Michel Cluizel French White Chocolate, followed by a solid matcha (green tea) layer beneath with a chocolate macaroon hidden within. The Cooper (NT$120) is a tropical dessert made with a perfect combination of lemon cheese, passion fruit mousse and mango sauce.

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